F.A.Q.’s


WHAT DOES IT COST TO PLAY?
There are two ways to register for Street Jam, either individually, or as a team. Registration fees are based on a team consisting of a minimum of 4 players, at a cost of $300.00 per team. Teams can have a maximum of 9 players.

Team of 4/5$ 309 + hst
Team of 6$ 359 +hst
Team of 7$ 409 +hst
Team of 8$ 459 +hst
Team of 9$ 509 +hst

Individual players can register at a cost of $50.00 and will be added to our database of players looking to form a team.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE?
Street Jam follows standard Hockey Canada divisions, from IP to Midget and Junior/Senior/Veteran (40+) levels, with our youngest players having been born in 2012.

HOW MANY PLAYERS ON A TEAM?
Teams must have a minimum of 4 players and a maximum of 9 players on their roster. There will be no exceptions on team player allowances.

CAN I REGISTER AS AN INDIVIDUAL OR MUST I HAVE AN ASSEMBLED TEAM?
If you are unable to assemble your own team and still wish to participate in Street Jam we are HAPPY to accommodate you! When completing the registration process, you just register only one individual and our event organizers will ensure you are assigned to a team of the correct age division. You will be required to pay the base fee of $50.00 per player, once you are placed on an assigned team, you will be committed to play on that specific team. However, if at a later time, you decide to sign up with a team we will put your registration fee towards the team that you have organized. We want to give everyone the opportunity to have a chance in taking part in such a fun filled weekend so we will do what ever we possibly can to get you in!

Please Note: In the unlikely event we are unable to place you on a team we will FULLY refund your registration fee, but we will try to avoid that at all costs, and include everyone through team placement.

HOW MANY PLAYERS IN THE GAME?
There are three (3) ‘out’ players and 1 goalie on the street rink at all times. Team substitutes are eligible to play in each game, all changes are to be made on the fly.

HOW MANY GAMES ARE WE GUARANTEED TO PLAY?
All teams will be guaranteed 3 games, beginning on Saturday morning at 8:00am. Once all games have been completed on Saturday, teams are “seeded” for Playoffs which will take place on Sunday. The total number of teams advancing to Playoffs will be dependent upon the number of teams in each division. We will try to accommodate as many teams into the Playoffs as possible, once we take timing and space in to consideration.

We anticipate having Playoff schedules posted on our website as well as our Facebook page Saturday evening within two (2) hours after all division games have been completed.

You are out once you lose in the single elimination playoff round.

WHAT ARE THE DIVISION OF STREET JAM?
Street Jam follows the standard Hockey Canada divisions. We will be dividing teams categorized by IP, Novice, Atom, Peewee, Bantam, and Midget age players. Additionally, we have Junior, Senior and Veteran (40+) divisions. Players will be responsible for making sure that all birthdates are entered accurately at the time of registration. We reserve the right to check ID at any time throughout the event, players and/or their teams will be disqualified if they submit false information or are not carrying an ID appropriate with their division.

DivisionDate of Birth
Initiation2012, 2011
Novice 2010, 2009
Atom 2008, 2007
Peewee2006, 2005
Bantam2004, 2003
Midget 2002, 2001, 2000
Junior 1999, 1998, 1997
Senior 1996 or earlier
Veteran (40+)1987 or earlier

Players can play in an older division (Novice play in Atom), however players cannot play down a division (Atom play in Novice)

HOW ARE DIVISIONS CATEGORIZED?

Due to the fact that teams are self registered, we expect male teams to choose the appropriate Division based on skill and experience.  As a general rule, here are our guidelines:

AFor those players who do not want, or are not ready for, the intense competition of advanced level hockey/street hockey;
AAMid level skills, combination of both house league and all-star players;
AAAMost competitive division, players tend to be more skilled and play at an advanced or all-star level

WHAT SIZE ARE THE STREET RINKS?
Rinks are an average of 100 feet in length and 40 feet wide.

WHAT TYPE OF NETS ARE USED IN STREETJAM?
We will use regulation sized steel nets, 4ft. high x 6 ft. wide.

WHAT TYPE BALLS ARE USED?
Street Jam uses soft density G-Force balls manufactured by Mylec. The colour of ball is dependent upon the temperature during each event. We will only be using the highest quality balls and equipment.

WILL GOALIE EQUIPMENT BE PROVIDED OR AVAILABLE?
No. All players are required to provide their own equipment to participate in the Street Jam tournament. Each team is responsible to bring their own protective gear.

WHAT EQUIPMENT IS REQUIRED?
All players are required to have sticks and shoes. There are no exceptions in stick type, in street hockey there are no illegal curves, all makes and model of sticks are accepted, ie. aluminum, wood, plastic, graphite, etc.

Please Note: We will not accept sticks that are deemed “unsafe” in any way, if they are chipped or broken they are not permitted to be used. Referees will inspect and observe all sticks before and during each game.

All players in the Peewee and below divisions are REQUIRED to wear eye protection during all games. We accept helmets with either a full cage or visor, or fully protective goggles that will cover the eye entirely against the face.

We do strongly recommend that all players wear eye protection, but it is not mandatory.

Other equipment we strongly recommend, although not mandatory are shin guards, gloves, mouth guards, jocks, and helmets.

WILL JERSEYS BE PROVIDED?
No. however we do provide all our Street Jam players a commemorative t-shirt as a souvenir of an awesome weekend of friends and street hockey!

WHAT DO WE GET IF WE WIN?
We will be awarding winning teams of each division medals as well as Street Jam CHAMPION t-shirts. Plus, of course you get the added BONUS of bragging rights for winning, and can share that with all your friends and on all social media using #StreetJam

WHAT TIME DOES THE TOURNAMENT START?
All divisions will start promptly at 8:00am Saturday morning. We will have hard copies of the schedule distributed at registration Check-in the day prior to each event.

WHAT / WHERE / WHEN IS REGISTRATION CHECK-IN?
We will be announcing our check-in locations once we have received confirmation from our local establishments. We will announce the location as our tournament approaches. No player is permitted in the tournament until check-in is complete, and the Street Jam waiver has been signed. Waivers will be available at check-in.

CAN I BE A VOLUNTEER FOR STREETJAM?
While Street Jam has teamed up with the local Minor Hockey Association at each event location in Gander and Mount Pearl, we are always looking for volunteers to help run the event. We will be working side by side with each individual association to help put off a memorable event that everyone will enjoy. To volunteer at any Street Jam, please send an email to info@streetjam.ca.

CAN I BE AN OFFICIAL FOR STREET JAM?
We are always looking for qualified officials to referee at Street Jam. The rate of pay is $10.00 per game and is paid immediately following the tournament. If you are interested in officiating, please contact our Referee In Chief, Roy Baggs via email at officials@streetjam.ca.

WHAT ARE THE COED TEAM REQUIREMENTS?
All teams in our coed division teams are required to have at least two females on the roster and one female player must be on the rink at all times.

WILL I BE REFUNDED FOR PLAYERS WHO BACK OUT?
We have a no-refund policy for individuals on an assigned team or who have registered as a sole participant. Our tournament is based on the number of teams who register, and our organizers make venue commitments based on those numbers. Therefore, we will not be granting refunds after you have completed registration. However, if you have a player who no longer can participate you can place a new plyer in their spot up until your first game. We strongly advise you do not register until you have a solid committed team.